Iahcsmm Ch 1 Review Quiz

15 Questions  I  By DianneK40 on October 6, 2011
The Profession of Central Service

  

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1.  The primary responsibility of Central Service relates to materiel management functions such as procurement, inventory control and distribution.
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2.  A Central Service technician usually reports to the Director of Central Service.
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3.  In many facilities, certification requirements are part of the job specifications for selected Central Service positions.
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4.  Membership in a profession is governed by a universal code of ethics.
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5.  Which of the following certification designations is available to senior, experienced IAHCSMM members who submit extensive documentation and maintain their status through regular professional development activities?
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6.  The task of sorting reusable materials based upon the method of decontamination is part of which of the following sterile processing activities?
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7.  Locker room facilities with showers and toilets for Central Service personnel
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8.  The primary requirement to become a Certified Registered Central Service Technician (CRCST) relates to completion of a course rather than a certification exam.
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9.  The preparation/sterilization area is the point where all soiled instruments and materials are received from the customer-using departments.
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10.  Which of the following activities is typically the primary responsibility of the Central Service department?
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11.  The goal of decontamination is usually focused on
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12.  To be done correctly, decontamination must be done manually.
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13.  Receiving and storing activities are part of the sterile processing responsibilities of a Central Service Technician.
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14.  Handwashing sinks are required in each functional are of the Central Service facility.
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15.  In most facilities, the linen inspection and pack make-up areas are in the same place where preparation and sterilization is done.
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